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[KERNELS] Repacked for Android Revolution HD | 2nd April

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15th May 2012, 01:15 PM   |  #21  
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Thanks GuyAdams for these

and especially thanks for your installation instructions, as always in your posts, it is very clear, even for Noob

Thank for the feedback mate
15th May 2012, 01:15 PM   |  #22  
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In Settings/About/Software Information/More/Kernel is should read 2.6.39.4-Bricked-V0.3-ga0c17e8

Did you edit the install-boot-windows script because that looks for boot.img, not Bricked_v0.3_arch5.2.0.img.

I would suggest flashing the image manually, that way you know the correct image has been flashed.

No I did not edit the script, as I say I simply deleted the existing boot.img, copied Bricked_v0.3_arch5.2.0.img there and renamed it to boot.img.. that should do the trick IMO..
I will try your method just to be sure..

*EDIT*

After manual flash all fine mate no idea why it didn't work at first but thanks!!
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Installed faux123's 001b3 and first impression: wow!
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great job. make life so much easier. keep up the good work
15th May 2012, 02:15 PM   |  #25  
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After manual flash all fine mate no idea why it didn't work at first but thanks!!

Glad to hear it mate

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Installed faux123's 001b3 and first impression: wow!
Thx mate!

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great job. make life so much easier. keep up the good work

No problems guys, glad your sorted
15th May 2012, 02:43 PM   |  #26  
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Hi thanks for the thread. We flash boot. Img then zip or we flash zip then boot? Or there is no different?

answer found..

How to do that (full guide, if you use the reboot option given to you by the installer you will only need steps 1 & 4-7)
1. Install HTC drivers (how to do that is explained a hundred times all over the web)
2. Reboot
3. in the boot animation, connect your phone to your computer and do:
adb reboot-bootloader
4. You should now see "FASTBOOT USB", if that is the case:
fastboot flash boot %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\boot.img
5. fastboot reboot
6. check with: adb shell uname -a if it says bricked.
7. enjoy

ofc these steps can also be done before the installer is executed from recovery. Just be sure to complete both.
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Thank's a lot!!
Works fine here.

Just a question for i don't want to stay stupid ;) :
What are the differences between original and repacked Kernel?

THX.
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Hi thanks for the thread. We flash boot. Img then zip or we flash zip then boot? Or there is no different?

Shouldn't matter but I would do the image, then the zip.

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Thank's a lot!!
Works fine here.

Just a question for i don't want to stay stupid ;) :
What are the differences between original and repacked Kernel?

THX.

Mikes boot image for ARHD contains optimisations which aren't included with the kernel boot images.

All I have done is repacked the various different kernels into mikes boot image so we don't lose his tweaks
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15th May 2012, 03:15 PM   |  #29  
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Good job mate. makes it easier for Mike and easy for the users to have a thread were they can find every kernel in one place.
15th May 2012, 04:01 PM   |  #30  
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Wow nice work. Thanks for helping other users.

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